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[Files] GoldED Studio Editor UpdatedANN.lu
Posted on 17-Feb-2003 02:58 GMT by Dietmar Eilert4 comments
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Service pack 10 is available for users of GoldED Studio AIX. SP10 is is a maintenance update. It includes bug-fixes for core components of GoldED. Additional non-essential but recommended upgrades for other components can be downloaded from the support site: Distributed BASIC (17/Feb/03) and latest Bonuspack (17/Feb/03).

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As usual, an updated free version of GoldED can be downloaded, too. The free version is fully functional but limited to editing files not larger than 1000 lines. It includes most add-ons from the commercial distribution (only spell checking and gcc are missing to keep the file size within reasonable limits).

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New prices: this is the last opportunity to purchase GoldED at the current price. Starting with SP11, the GoldED AIX CD will be priced at 69,90 EUR.

GoldED Studio Editor Updated : Comment 1 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by the Picard on 18-Feb-2003 09:10 GMT
LOL!

Service pack?
GoldED Studio Editor Updated : Comment 2 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 18-Feb-2003 10:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (the Picard):
>LOL! Service pack?

Glad I've brought some humour to your life. Allow me to improve upon that: registry, registry, registry.
GoldED Studio Editor Updated : Comment 3 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Denis Troller on 18-Feb-2003 12:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Anonymous):
Well, Golded does have a, uhm, registry. In fact, it lso has a "afc.library" (Amiga Foundation Classes). Apparently, the author likes the Microsoft terminology (and technology) very much.

But you have to admit this software is a must have for Amiga programmers. IMHO one of the best editors for Amiga.
GoldED Studio Editor Updated : Comment 4 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Dietmar Eilert on 18-Feb-2003 12:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Denis Troller):
> Apparently, the author likes the Microsoft terminology (and technology) very much.

I just like consistency with computers. I'm definitely not going to call my servicepacks "BoingBags" just to advertise that I Am Amiga ;) As to why I prefer "Servicepack" over "Update": you can write "SP3" or "Servicepack 3" while "Update 3" looks somewhat stupid. That's because "Update" is a verb, referring to a process, and "Servicepack" is a noun, referrring to a product (a downloadable archive or possibly a CD).
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